Google Pay isn't banned and is as safe as ever

2 years ago
Fake News: On twitter and many platforms fake news was following that Google Pay is banned, Now is the good news for you guyz that it isnt banned and Transaction through GPay is all safe and secure.


  • National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI) dismissed cases being made via web-based networking media that Google Pay has been restricted by the RBI.
  • It has given an announcement explaining that Google Pay is approved in India and it is as lawful as some other perceived UPI applications in the nation. 

Besides, a report by Times Now expresses that a Google India representative has explained that it is a Third Party App Provider (TPAP), which is in consistence with laws in India. "All approved TPAPs are recorded on the NPCI Website. All exchanges made utilizing any of the approved TPAPs are completely secured by the redressal forms spread out by material rules of NPCI/RBI and clients as of now have full access to the equivalent. Further, we might likewise want to explain that all approved TPAP's are as of now limited by full consistence to all the guidelines and pertinent laws in India. UPI biological system is completely sheltered and secure, and we offer to the residents not to fall prey to such malevolent news. We likewise demand UPI clients not to share their OTP (once secret key) and UPI Pin with anyone," the representative is cited as saying. 

"GPayBanned By RBI", joined by news that the Reserve Bank said that Google Pay was not an installments framework administrator has been inclining for more than three days now. In any case, the NPCI has given an announcement affirming that Google Pay is approved and secure. 

Given these conditions, it is encouraged to Indian residents to NOT put stock in sent WhatsApp messages that guarantee that Google Pay has been prohibited by the RBI, since that isn't the situation in India. Google India has additionally posted on the issue, explaining that it is as per the rule that everyone must follow, and subsequently, executing on Google Pay guards your cash as it would be on some other installment stage in India. 

"A few statements via web-based networking media, wrongly ascribed to the RBI, guarantee that issues emerging while at the same time moving cash through Google Pay are not ensured by the law, since the application is unapproved. This is off base and can be confirmed on NPCI's' site," a Google representative's told PTI. "All exchanges made by means of Google Pay are completely secured by redressal forms spread out by pertinent rules of the RBI/NPCI, and clients can connect for any assistance every minute of every day, through Google Pay client care," the announcement included. 

Pay prohibited by RBI – the previously mentioned is correct now at the head of all drifting points on Twitter in India. In any case, note that the equivalent isn't correct, and is once more dependent on a deceptive WhatsApp message that is by all accounts flowing internet based life. The pattern has likely originated from a report from recently, wherein a Press Trust of India report cited the Reserve Bank of India as expressing that Google Pay doesn't work an installment framework in India, and henceforth doesn't discover a spot in the rundown of approved installment framework administrators distributed by the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI). RBI's reaction came considering a PIL to the Delhi High Court, recorded by business analyst Abhijit Mishra. Notwithstanding, Google has since reacted to RBI's entries, expressing that it is a legitimate administrator in India, and thus, your cash is as sheltered as it would be on another other installment administration's foundation.

Frequently Asked Questions

Both works on UPI so they doesn't make a lot of difference its just that google pay is more interactive than BHIM.